It comes as no surprise, then, that the Serulnic House has a history of lodging artistic types: Neutra
originally designed it for his secretary, Dorothy Serulnic, and her husband, George, a violinist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
It's hard to imagine how such a small amount could have such a big effect on preventing heart disease," says epidemiologist Raymond Neutra
of the California Department of Health Services.
The influences of American architects such as Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra
, and Buckminster Fuller on their European counterparts are noted to the extent that it prompted a reverse "Grand Tour" where significant European architects felt the need to visit America to view skyscrapers and other new developments in metropolitan growth.
It shows Neutra
thinking about the house as not just a house, but one element in a larger setting.
The Arts and Crafts character of a Julia Morgan or a Bernard Maybeck has a wide audience," Grey explains, "whereas a Richard Neutra
is flat and plain--that kind of home has a very narrow audience.
Located north of Los Angeles on the edge of Angeles National Forest, the Pittman Dowell Residence (AR June 2010) is sited on six acres of land originally envisaged as a hillside development of houses by Richard Neutra
BIG NAMES: Albert Frey, Richard Neutra
, John Lautner LANDMARKS: Frey's Tramway Gas Station (visitpalmsprings.
Branca e neutra
claridade" (White and Neutral Clarity), the latest exhibition of the work of Lisbon-based artist Pedro Calapez, focuses on the artist's production since 1999.
826,000 in financing for the Poster Neutra
Apartments, an 8-unit property 10 minutes from downtown LA in North Hollywood.
Johnson's Oust and Reckitt Benckiser's Neutra
Air blur the line between room sprays and household cleaning products.
Designed by reknowned architect Richard Neutra
and located new UCLA, Emerson opened in 1935.
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod's recently completed projects include the restoration of the Hafley House in Long Beach, CA, designed by Richard Neutra
in 1953, and the rehabilitation of landmark buildings for the Westridge School for Girls in Pasadena and Pitzer College in Claremont.